Welcome to Gabby, a family company that creates unique, transitional furniture and transitional lighting in eclectic, vintage modern, and antique style for the design and retail trade. Gabby’s truly exceptional furnishings tell a story of inspiration and craftsmanship. We continually innovate with unique materials to create something new including accent furniture, dining and occasional tables, chairs, mirrors, lighting fixtures and US-made custom upholstery. Our products are based off of unique ideas or concepts generated by our talented design staff. We ship from distribution centers in Pelham, AL and Los Angeles, CA. Take a tour of the Gabby High Point Showroom.
After you’ve carefully designed your interior spaces with essentials like furniture, drapery, lighting and rugs, it’s time to start concerning yourself with adding character and personality to the home with placement of decorative accessories. Nobody knows your client better than you do, and you can use this to your advantage by selecting decor with a story. Don’t leave it to a magazine or website to tell you what they will like — go out and discover it! From our travels overseas for Unique Finds and design inspiration, Gabby has found and brought to market a truly remarkable collection of … read more
We are so honored to have ARTS Awards organizer, ART the creative home furnishings network, select Gabby for the coveted top Accent Furniture Manufacturer of the year at the 27th Annual Arts Awards gala on Friday, January 22, 2016. The ARTS Awards, presented each January during the Dallas Total Home & Gift Market, honors top manufacturers, retailers, designers and sales representatives. The 27th annual ARTS winners in 26 categories are listed here: https://www.accessoriesresourceteam.org/arts-awards/. The Nominating Committee for the 27th ARTS Awards were fourteen members of the home decor industry who surveyed the nominations received by on-line ballot from the home decor … read more
Once upon a time well-designed homes meant furniture that matched perfectly. People bought furnishings in sets, much like they did their china. The sofa fabric matched the chair fabric and all the tables, chests, and bookcases were cut from the same tree. Accent pillows matched art, art matched paint colors, and paint colors matched drapery. In those homes, style was easily defined. Rooms were characteristically English, Country, Modern, French, and Traditional—among others. While these designs remain pretty and classic, a new genre has entered the design world—the transitional home. With transitional design, rooms … read more